Apple, you know, the ones responsible for the iPhone, Macbooks, and iTunes, has taken the first step in planting its feet firmly in the ground of streaming with Apple TV Plus. Apple TV plus is an in-house streaming service that does not feature reruns or last year movies, but instead focuses on original programming. The company has invested billions in this setup, and thus one is bound to be curious as to what they might come up with.
Quite a lot of shows have already been introduced while others are certainly in development. If you’re unsure of what to watch on Apple TV Plus, you’ve landed in the right place as we’ll be listing 25 Best Things That You Can Catch on Apple TV Plus.
Last Updated on
This anthology series revolves around immigration in the United States and is based on true stories. Most of the stories featured have been printed in the Little America series by Epic Magazine. The story is not about the impact of immigrants worldwide but will deal with their everyday life and struggles. The series will tell you how similar our lives are and how we’ve let minor differences tear us apart. Nanjiani, with his wife Emily Gordon, are co-writers and executive producers of the services, sharing the writing duties with Lee Eisenberg.
Hala is the story of a Pakistani-American teenager who struggles to balance her familial, religious, and cultural obligations with her desires. The story takes an interesting turn when she stumbles on a secret that may prove detrimental to her entire family. Written and directed by Minhal Baig, the series stars Geraldine Viswanathan with Jada Pinkett Smith taking charge as executive producer.
Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet
If you’re a fan of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” you’re going to love this one. Rob Mcelhenney and co-star, Charlie Day have teamed up on a comedy series. Set in a video game development studio, the show is being produced by Ubisoft along with 3 Arts Entertainment. Thus, some incredible product placement is to be expected in this show. The series has been renewed for a second season even before the premiere of the first one, which only proves how confident the makers are of this project.
Visible: Out on Television
LGBTQ movement has impacted television in quite a significant way. This documentary features interviews from various famous celebrities on this crucial part of history. This five-part docuseries is produced by Wanda Sykes and Wilson Cruz. Janet Mock, Margaret Cho, Asia Kate Dillon, Neil Patrick Harris, and Lena Waithe handle the narration. Interviews of celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres, Oprah Winfrey, Anderson Cooper, Billy Porter, and Jesse Tyler Ferguson form part of the documentary.
This is a reboot of an old TV series, which was based on an old science fiction literary magazine. The series comprises different fantastical stories. For instance, one story is that of a World War II pilot who magically travels through time and space from past to present. It’s highly worth mentioning that Steven Spielberg is a crucial part of its production with a cast including Eddy Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.